Bradford has been named the UK’s most improved city in a new report issued by leading think-tank Demos and accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The report cited better health outcomes, an increase in employment rates and the impact of the Broadway development as reasons for this renaissance. The arrival of the NEC Group – who will operate the restored former Odeon building as a live music and entertainment venue – has also been referenced as an indicator of positive regeneration in the city.
The Chairperson of Bradford Civic Society, Si Cunningham, spoke to the Yorkshire Post about the impact of this new study. You can find out more and read the full article here.